Airon Mothershed on

Finished Swoon Quilt

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Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine taught by Ann Petersen

Learn five machine-quilting methods while tackling a common challenge: how to quilt large projects on your home sewing machine!

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Traditional, Retro / Vintage, Classic
Airon Mothershed on

What materials did you use? April Showers fabric line by Camille and Bonnie (Moda)

Airon Mothershed on

So glad I took this class. This is a queen-sized quilt, and I quilted it in a Baptist Fan pattern with my small home sewing machine. Could never have done it without this great class.

06/24/2014 Flag

Great job, great quilt! I'm in both classes & love them! Which technique of Ann's did you use for this one? Just wondering as I have a big quilt coming up! The lap size I'm doing I split the top & am loving it!

06/25/2014 Flag

Thanks for the kind words! I used the "split the batting" method. I quilted it with an overall Baptist fan pattern which I decided to mark across the entire top before I started. I thought it would be harder to mark the continuous design if I had to do it in parts which is why I just split the batting & not the entire thing.

06/27/2014 Flag

Lovely quilt, lovely job on it! Congratulations!

06/26/2014 Flag